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Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Lafayette, La
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The stabilizers don't take nearly as hard as an impact as a verticle shock does, as long as it pressurized right it will work great. With that being said, the only right way to run pressurized stabilizers is to run them dual and opposing. Bilstein, Icon and Fox are all great choices. As for a resi stabilizer, I don't see the purpose. The reason for a resi is more fluid capacity due to over heating of the shock, it has to be moving very rapidly for a good amount of time to get the actual use out of a resi shock. It won't foam and over heat as fast as a regular emusion shock causing shock fade. I don't see the need for this in a stabilizer on a street driven truck. Hell, resi shocks on our trucks serve no purpose but for great looks and the fine tuning out of the higher name brands. Speaking of daily drivers that is, if they're on a toy of if you're in the dunes every day that's a different story.
2006 F-250 PSD King Ranch ccsb FX4 - 14" Lift w/ TGC 4-Link, Fox 2.0 Resi's, ARP's, EGR deleted, Cat ELC, Mishimoto Radiator/Intercooler, 4" TB exhaust/6" Tip, SCT w/ IDP & Gearhead Tunes, MO962's w/ 43" Goodyears
Rock Crawler/Trails Rig: 94 Jeep YJ - 12" lift, 1 tons, LS1, 40" boggers... F&R 4-link, coilovers and a 4BT soon
Last edited by Lbs; 03-02-2010 at 07:26 PM.